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Re: Have Problem with the display for compaq F572
This may be a problem of the Drivers or such corrupting for some reason. Or perhaps some program is changing settings..
The only thing you could really do would be to uninstall the existing Display Drivers and reinstall the Most up to date ones. and see if this fixes ya problem..
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Have you tried downloading the Display driver from HP's website and installing that? Maybe "Windows Update" updated your driver to a non-working one with your hardware... You can download the Driver here: http://goo.gl/g7Y5m - But please check your Device manager to see if you have Nvidia graphics or Intel Graphics in your machine, as it seems like the machine exsists with both variants.
1.If the notebook computer is running solely on battery power, plug the AC adapter into the notebook. 2.Shut down the computer if it is running. 3.Press the power button to turn on the computer. 4.Press f10 when the HP/Compaq logo displays. 5.After the BIOS Setup Utility displays, use the Right Arrow key to select the Diagnostics menu. 6.Select HDD Self-Test options . 7.Press enter to display a list of HDD/Self-Test options. 8.Select Notebook Hard Drive and then press f10 to display an Estimated test time . 9.Press f10 to continue. The Hard Drive Self Test executes a Quick test , a Comprehensive test, and a SMART test. If test reports pass then perform installation of OS else hard drive has gone bad
remove the ram and wireless card and clean and reinstall and ..........problem is not solve then check the vga port and install and monitor and boot your system and after display is ok then change the display cable........ok
Have you tried to go in thru the control panel and select "display"? From here you can go to the screen saver section and adjust the time it takes for the screen to cut out. Of course you want to use a monitor that you can read before you set up both of your screens.. See if that helps....
Use system restore to bring back the computer to a date before the one you started to have troubles with the screen. After this you may need to reinstall display drivers, as you installed an older version after getting in troubles.